FANDOM


Too Much To Ask is the twelfth track from Avril Lavigne's debut studio album Let Go. It was written by Avril Lavigne and Clifton Magness.

Lyrics Edit

[Verse 1]
It's the first time I ever felt this lonely
I wish someone could cure this pain
It's funny when you think it's gonna work out
Till you chose weed over me, you're so lame
I thought you were cool until the point
But up until the point you didn't call me
When you said you would
I finally figured out you're all the same
Always coming up with some kind of story

[Chorus]
Everytime I try to make you smile
You're always feeling sorry for yourself
Everytime I try to make you laugh
You can't
You're too tough
You think you're loveless
Is that too much that I'm asking for?

[Verse 2]
I thought you'd come around when I ignored you
So I thought you'd have the decency to change
But babe, I guess you didn't take that warning
Cause I'm not about to look at your face again

[Verse 3]
Can't you see that you lie to yourself
You can't see the world through a mirror
It won't be too late when the smoke clears
Cause I, I am still here

[Verse 4]
But everytime I try to make you smile
You'd always grow up feeling sorry for yourself
Everytime I try to make you laugh
You stand like a stone
Alone in your zone
Is it too much that I'm asking for?

[Bridge]
Yeah yeah yeah yeah
Can't find where I am
Lying here
Alone I fear
Afraid of the dark
No one to claim
Alone again

[Verse 5]
Can't you see that you lie to yourself
You can't see the world through a mirror
It won't be too late when the smoke clears
Cause I, I am still here

[Chorus]
Everytime I try to make you smile
You're always feeling sorry for yourself
Everytime I try to make you laugh
You can't
You're too tough
You think you're loveless
Is that too much that I'm asking for?

GalleryEdit

Avril Lavigne - Too Much To Ask (Audio)

Avril Lavigne - Too Much To Ask (Audio)

Navigation Edit

Let Go
LetGoLogo
  • "Nobody's Fool"
  • "Sk8er Boi"
  • "Things I'll Never Say"
  • "Tomorrow"
  • "Too Much to Ask"
  • "Unwanted"
  • "Why"